West Metro Station 14

Station 14 – Littleton

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Fire Station 14 is located at 10305 W. Chatfield Ave. and built in 1977. Station 14’s response area includes Ken Caryl Ranch & C-470. This station is the former Bancroft Fire Protection District (Colorado) Station 45.

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DISTRICT 3 CHIEF

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(C-140) 2018 Ford F-150 XL 4×4 – Special Service.

District 3 oversees Stations 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, and 15.

TRUCK 14

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(L07) 2019 Pierce Arrow XT (32499) with a 107′ Ascendant rear-mount heavy-duty aerial ladder, 1,500 GPM Pierce PUC pump, 500-gallon water tank, and 20-gallon foam cell.

Truck 14 was involved in an accident in 2019 responding to an auto-aid for South Metro Fire Rescue and was back in service after the repairs.

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RESCUE 14

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(P69) 1999 Ford F-550 XLT 4×4 / Rosenbauer-Central States. Former Wheat Ridge Fire Protection District (Colorado).

Served as Brush 6 for a short time before going out of service as a brush unit and being repurposed as a light rescue. R14 is part of the tech rescue team.

AIR 14

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 (Air Support) (R08) 2002 International 4900 / SVI (410) walk-around Medium-Duty Air/Light (40kW-4 Bottle 6000 PSI-21), Former Air 3, Air 12, Air 14, and Air 10.

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ATV 14

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(UTV 2) 2021 Polaris Ranger XP 1000 4×4.

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Station 14 Historical Photos

Station 14

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Fire Station 14 shown here at the current location on W. Chatfield Ave. and built in 1988 as Bancroft Fire Protection District (Colorado) Station 5. This station also was a Jefferson County Sheriff substation with holding cells until 2008.

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AMBULANCE 14

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Ford E-450 / Wheeled Coach.

ENGINE 14

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(P54) 2005 Pierce Quantum (16503) 1250 gpm pump (Waterous) and 500 gallon water tank, former Engine 1, also ran as Engine 8 and Engine 13.

ENGINE 14

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(P60) 2009 Pierce Quantum (21475) 1250 gpm pump, 500 gallon water tank with 25 gallons of foam, also ran as Engine 1 and Engine 17.

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Shown here with the company logo.

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TOWER 14

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(L-02) 1994 Pierce Lance 100′ rear-mount aerial platform 1500 gpm pump with 250 gallon water tank. Also ran as Tower 2 and Tower 3. Former Lakewood-Bancroft Fire Protection District (Colorado) Tower 3. Became Brush Volunteer Fire Department (Colorado) Tower 1.

SQURT 14

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American LaFrance / E-One TeleSqurt snorkel, this engine was totaled in a accident on December 21st, 2007.

Photo courtesy West Metro Fire Rescue

SQURT 14

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Pierce Arrow 65′ TeleSqurt snorkel 500 gallon water tank.

TOWER 14

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(L03) 2000 Pierce Dash (11656) 100′ rear-mount aerial platform 2000 gpm pump with 300 gallon water tank, former Tower 12.

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TOWER 14

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(L06) 2015 Pierce Arrow XT (28594) 100′ rear-mount aerial platform 1500 gpm Pierce PUC pump and 440 gallon water tank, former Wheat Ridge Fire Protection District (Colorado) Tower 72 and became Tower 2.

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AIR 14

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(Air Support)  (R08) 2002 International 4900 / SVI (410) Walk-Around Air-Light Rescue (40kW-4 Bottle 6000 PSI-21), also ran as Air 3, Air 10 & Air 12.

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TOWER 14

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(L-04) 2007 Pierce Quantum (19160) 100′ rear-mount aerial platform 2000 gpm pump and 300 gallon water tank, former Tower 3, and also ran as Tower 2. This was in service for a short time when Truck 14 was involved in an accident in 2019 responding to an auto-aid for South Metro Fire Rescue.

RESCUE 14

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(R10) 2004 Spartan Gladiator-Evolution / SVI Walk-Around Heavy Rescue.  Former Rescue 4, Rescue 8, and reserve rescue and was part of the tech rescue team. Became Haz-Mat 5.